Birmingham's finalists revealed for the 2024 British Muslim Awards 2024

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Birmingham finalists announced for the upcoming British Muslim Awards , celebrating the achievements and contributions of British Muslims

The 11th edition of the British Muslim Awards finalists have been announced by Oceanic Consulting, the leading ethnic consulting and promotions organisation, in the UK.

A prestigious event for the British Muslim community, recognising and celebrating the significant achievements and contributions of British Muslims across various fields.

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What are the British Muslim Awards?

The British Muslim Awards 2024 serves as a platform to acknowledge the tireless efforts and dedication of British Muslims who have greatly enriched British society. 

Finalists for the British Muslim Awards 2024 were selected after a rigorous nomination process. 

The 11th edition of the British Muslim Awards finalists have been announced by Oceanic ConsultingThe 11th edition of the British Muslim Awards finalists have been announced by Oceanic Consulting
The 11th edition of the British Muslim Awards finalists have been announced by Oceanic Consulting

The nominees were shortlisted into several categories, including outstanding individuals, businesses, and organisations that have made significant contributions to the British Muslim community.

A spokesperson for the British Muslim Awards 2024 on the upcoming event: “We believe that these awards are an excellent opportunity to celebrate the achievements and contributions of the British Muslim community and to inspire future generations of Muslims to excel in various fields. The nominees have shown exceptional dedication and talent in their respective fields, and we are honoured to recognise their contributions to society. We want to congratulate all of our finalists on their accomplishment.”

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When is the Awards’ ceremony?

The winners of the British Muslim Awards 2024 will be announced at an elegant ceremony to be held in Manchester in early 2024.

A prestigious event for the British Muslim community, recognising and celebrating the significant achievements and contributions. A prestigious event for the British Muslim community, recognising and celebrating the significant achievements and contributions.
A prestigious event for the British Muslim community, recognising and celebrating the significant achievements and contributions.

The event promises to be a grand celebration of the achievements of the British Muslim community.

Birmingham's finalists for the 11th British Muslim Awards 2024 are: 

Muslim in the Community:

Hasan Al-Habib (Birmingham Comedy Festival, Birmingham)

Badrun Nesa PASHA (Bangladeshi Women’s Association, Birmingham)

Noor Inayat Khan Muslim Woman of the Year Award:

Samia Nefti-Meziani (University of Birmingham, Birmingham)

Leading Lights of the Year:

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Darnish Amraz (Birmingham City Council Youth Service, Birmingham)

Community Spirit of the Year:

Road Raptors (Birmingham)

Community Group of the Year:

Birmingham Muslim Burial Council (Birmingham)

Community Pioneers of The Year:

Saghir Ahmed (Islamic Help, Birmingham)

Social Inclusion Group of The Year:

Dream Chasers FC (Birmingham)

The Aston Villa Foundation (Birmingham)

Saathi House (Birmingham)

Religious Advocate of the Year:

Rehanah Sadiq (Birmingham NHS Hospital Trusts, Birmingham)

Nuru Mohammed (AL-Abbas Mosque, Birmingham)

Religious School of The Year:

Hamd House School(Birmingham)

Hazrat Khadijatul Kubra Girls School (Birmingham)

Mosque of the Year:

Green Lane Masjid(Birmingham)

Art and Cultural Award of the Year:

Waswasa- Whispers in Prayer (Birmingham)

Trailblazer in Law:

Zaeem Khan (Spencer West, Birmingham)

Achievements in Medicine:

Wasim Hanif (University Hospital Birmingham, Birmingham)

Services to Education:

Shahed Imam (Birmingham Business School, Birmingham)

Islam Issa (Birmingham City University, Birmingham)

Creative Entrepreneur:

Syed Raza / Syed Shayan Raza (High Quality Food Products, Birmingham)

Abdul Shakur (Shakur Investment Group, Birmingham)

Ahmed Mohammed (Denflow, Birmingham)

Business Leader of the Year:

Sunny Araf (ISA Support Services, Birmingham)

Small business of the Year:

Keyani and Sons (Birmingham)

Not for Profit CEO:

Surwat Sohail (Roshni, Birmingham)

Aftab Rahman (Legacy West Midlands, Birmingham)

Faeeza Vaid (Muslim Women’s Network, Birmingham)

Social Leader:

Mohammed Saquib (Shakespeare Martineau, Birmingham)

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